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RBA ATP in delivery document

Hi ,

Is anybody know about the RBA ATP in delivery document ?

The Salesorder calls the RBA ATP based on Activation parameter technical scenario, business transaction, and the action type. In Sales order type we are maintaining the business transaction in the availability check tab but is there any way where we can mainatined the business transaction value for delivery document ?

Thanks for your help.

Former Member
Former Member replied

In the check instruction you will require to maintain the details

4.2 Configuration for Rules-Based ATP Check

The following section describes the configuration of the specific checking rules that you need to set up if you want to use advanced ATP functions.

4.2.1 Maintaining Check InstructionsUse

In this activity, you maintain the check instruction. This is used to determine which basic methods are to be executed and whether the rules-based availability check is carried out. The check mode 41 will be assigned to products with rules-based availability check.


1. To carry out this activity, choose:

SAP SCM IMG menu mySAP SCM - Implementation Guide --> Advanced Planning and Optimization --> Global Available-to-Promise --> General Settings --> Maintain Check Instructions

Transaction Code = SPRO

2. To define the scope of the check instruction, select the line with the check mode 041 / business event A (SD order) or B for Delivery and choose Details.

3. Configure the check mode according as in the following table.

Field name User action and values Comment

Product Check First step

Activate RBA X Set this indicator if you want to use the rules-based availability check

Start Immediat. Leave blank With this option, the system only performs a rules-based check if the original requirement cannot be fully confirmed.

ATP Alert act. X

4. Save your entries.


You have maintained the check instruction which determines the rules-based availability

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